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as they are now, where there is concern the sensitive data is being acquired and may be used, if they were not worried that data being collected for advertising purposes were being used for some other purpose. >> thank you both for coming on "the communicators." [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] >> and tonight in prime time, c- span intends to reassure all the 9/11 events from today. we will start at 8:00 p.m. eastern with president obama and defense secretary gates at the pentagon. at 8:35, we take you to a tribute to the 40 passengers killed in flight 93. after that, an event from the university of texas at dallas with the pilots and air traffic controllers who worked on september 11 at nine years ago. you can see them tonight at 8:00 p.m. on c-span. now, the president of the john birch society. the group was founded in 1958. it described its members as united by a strong belief in personal freedom and limited government. he speaks about the 2008 financial crisis in the u.s. military system. this is part of a
gave up on us. he fought for us every day. he set the standard for public service. for eight years as i have served you in the united states senate, that is the standard that i have set to achieve. [applause] i have been humbled in many things, but none so much as what was told to me by ted when he said that i was the best partner he could have in the united states senate. [applause] before his tragic accident that took him from alaska that he loved so much, he wrote a statement that said, "she is a fighter that stands up for what is right. i trust her commitment to do what is best for alaska." today, my friends, my campaign for alaska's future begins. [applause] ">> "run, lisa, run! qu >> i get the message. all right. i get the message. i hear it loud and clear. i announced today that i will be a write-in candidate for the united states senate seat that i now hold. [cheers and applause] thank you. thank you for this support and confidence. i will tell you that when the votes came in on the 24th of august, when they were counted, there was no one was more disappointed than i was. but si
and take more and more of our freedom and our money and pilot more debt and put us more and more behind the eightball. what has happened in the last 18 months was this inexorable growth. the government got a shot of adrenaline. it has exploded the debt to the point where it is not just a little bit more, but a fundamental change in who we are as americans. i think that is what people are upset about. they see a president who does not see america like you see america, or like my father and my grandfather who came to this country for what america promised. my father and grandfather came here because of what -- the opportunities that america presented. the opportunity was something unique in the world. we were the first country in history of the world to say that the people did not serve the government's, or in most cases, the sovereign, the king, the emperor. but in fact, the government was there to protect rights of the people, the people were the ones who were the object of the government, not the sovereigns. god had given the people in alienable rights that the government was bound to
establishes an act under section 2. the plaintiff will argue that the disenfranchisement law is used as a tool for racial discrimination. >> this rests on a finding that entire criminal justice system in the state of washington is intentionally against minority? what's that is not right. the evidence shows that the racial disparity arrives from and results in discrimination on account of race. >> there is no finding or no contention that there was any contention, even at the level of the justice system? >> that is right. >>the evidence shows that there are racial disparities in washington's criminal justice system. >> [unintelligible] >> that is right. they said the disparity is not sufficient. >> we would have to overrule that. >> you would not. the evidence in this case is different from that provided by salt river. the court was constrained by stipulations to the nonexistence of every factor that would lead the court to find racial discrimination here. the district court distinguished our evidence from salt river by finding that the disparities in this case derived from an result in discrim
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